Real Alternatives, Leibniz’s Metaphysics of Choice [Book Review]

The Leibniz Review 12:89-97 (2002)
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Abstract

Acouple of years ago I gave a talk on Leibniz’s approach to human freedom. I tried to apply some current philosophical distinctions in order to resolve the tension between Leibniz’s doctrine of complete concept, which entails every truth about an individual, and Leibniz’s insistence that such an individual—whose identity and individuality are defined by its complete concept—acts freely.

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Ohad Nachtomy
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